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Books by Tamara Monosoff

Your Million Dollar Dream One Page Business Plan for Women in Business Secrets of Millionaire Moms Mom Inventors Handbook How Hot Is Your Product

Tamara Monosoff, founder of Mom Invented, is the best-selling author of The Mom Inventors Handbook: How to Turn Your Great Idea into the Next Big Thing, Secrets of Millionaire Moms: Learn How They Turned Great Ideas into Booming Businesses – and How You Can Too! , and The One Page Business Plan for Women in Business (an engaging workbook) Her fourth book, Your Million Dollar Dream: Regain Control & Be Your Own Boss hit #1 on Amazon in all three business categories: Entrepreneurship, Home-Based Businesses & Marketing. Her next book, How Hot is Your Product? Find Out if Your Product Idea Will Make or Cost You Money! launches February 2013.

Your Million Dollar DreamYour Million Dollar Dream

Create your “someday” life TODAY!

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Start a small business, be your own boss, and do what you love. Whatever your dream, the only person with the power to achieve it is you! Tamara Monosoff has helped tens of thousands of people take control of their lives and careers by launching and growing successful businesses. In Your Million Dollar Dream, she brings her years of experience directly to you, providing expert insight and invaluable resources to help you link your dream to practical business possibilities, Identify your skills and motivations, create a compelling and effective business plan, get your business in the media spotlight, use Twitter and Facebook as powerful business tools, and find the funding to support your business.

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One Page Business Plan for Women in BusinessThe One Page Business Plan
for Women in Business

By Jim Horan & Tamara Monosoff

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A business plan will provide you with clarity, focus and an incredible sense of confidence.

The One Page Business Plan for Women in Business is an approachable business planning workbook designed for YOU! It combines Jim Horan’s proven methodology with the colorful stories, sample business plans, and voices from women just like you and me; without using business jargon.

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Secrets of Millionaire Moms

Secrets of Millionaire Moms

Before they Were Millionaires they Were Moms-Just Like You!

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What's the difference between the most successful mom entrepreneurs and you? They believed in their ideas enough to commit to them and even in the face of adversity rarely accepted “no” for an answer. In Secrets of Millionaire Moms, mom entrepreneur Tamara Monosoff interviewed some of the most successful “Millionaire Moms” of our time including the founders of Lulu's Desserts®, Baby Einstein®, Shabby Chic®, and Airborne Health®. What she learned will help you make that leap from great idea to booming business.

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The Mom Inventors Handbook

The Mom Inventors Handbook

How to Turn Your Great Idea into the Next Big Thing

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The Mom Inventors Handbook. gives practical step-by- step advice for putting inspiration into action. The book takes inventors from idea development to marketing and sales covering everything from market research to prototype development, manufacturing and licensing and debunks some common myths. It simplifies the invention process; even providing stories from real mom inventors sharing their 'aha' moments and lessons learned.

Cash in on your inventions—before someone else does.

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24 Responses »

  1. I was wondering how much money do you think I will need to get a product produced, manufactured and to market ??

    • Susan,

      It all depends on your product. Some will take a few thousand dollars while others will take thousands. The key is to gain knowledge about the process first before you spend a penny.

      Have you read, The Mom Inventors Handbook? This book provides a road map and spells out the steps that need to be considered.

      Warmest wishes,



    Hi! I have an invention that would make every mom's life much easier. However, I just lost my job and well financially I am strapped. I have no money resources for my invention to get flight or patented. If you can give me investors that would take a chance on my idea I would appreciate it very much. Thank you, Tamara

    recently- unemployed

    • Small Bussiness Adminstration. Call the SBA, Google what your looking for, be careful & consult before you expose your idea.

  3. Hi Tamara,
    I'm happy for meet you, my English is short, in This moment I have a provisonal patent a registred a trade mark, for a idea, I looking for a company are interesting in produce my Idea, I send information to the some companies, but in this moment I don't have notice.
    Would your like be my mentor and Help me what should I do?
    I'm a mom full time with 3 little kids,

    Thank you
    Dulce Maria

  4. I need an investor for my idea because it is technical and I have no resources to finance or make it.

  5. Sherri & Victoria,

    Thank you for sharing your wonderful feedback. I"m delighted that the books provided some guidance & inspiration for each of you.

    I hope you'll tell us about your businesses!



  6. I cannot tell you how many times I have referred to this book in my own journey as a mom inventor.......!

  7. I read the Secrets of Millionaire Mom's and found this book very uplifting and gave me hope to launch my products and keep working the market.
    I found the book very helpful, useful and filled with great idea's. I would recommend this book and have to any other mother or father that is thinking of breaking in to the field of marketing their own products.


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